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X-ray Wk 4


The portion of the image receptor (IR) system which reduces the amount of exposure required to produce an image intensifying screen
Efficiency of a screen in converting x-rays to light screen speed
Result of poor film screen contact image blur
"cassette based" digital x-ray system computed radiography (CR)
The system used to view and store digital x-ray images PACS
Centering of the body part when using digital systems must be placed in center of IR
Approximate time for automatic film processing 90 seconds
Marks, exposures or images on a radiograph that are not part of the intended image artifacts
Static electricity artifacts on film are due to not enough humidity in the air
Recommended SID for chest x-ray 72 inches
Created by: Debra.Agee